Conflict: Human Needs Theory by J. Burton

By J. Burton

The second one a part of a collection of 4 volumes looking to supply an ancient and theoretical viewpoint for attention of concept and perform in clash answer and prevention. the opposite volumes conceal answer and prevention, and readings and practices in administration and backbone.

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42. Selye, The Stress of Life. 43. See Richard Lazarus and Susan Folkman, Stress, Appraisal and Coping (New York: Springer, 1984). 44. See Michael S. Gazzaniga, Social Brain (New York: Basic Books, 1985); Gazzaniga, Mind Matters (1988). 45. Ibid. 46. New experience, see W. I. , 1923). 47. ), Human Needs and Politics (Oxford: New York: Pergamon, 1977). 48. A. H. Maslow, Motivation and Personality (New York: Harper & Row, 1954). 49. See Turner, A Theory of Social Interaction. 50. See Scimecca and Bay, Chapters 9 and 11 in this Volume.

Langer, The Psychology of Control (Beverley Hills, CA: Gunn & Hain, 1983). 23. Sites, Basis of Order. 24. Gazzaniga, Mind Matters. 25. Homans, Social Behavior: 37. 26. Mircea Eliade, A History of Religious Ideas, vol. 1 (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1978). 27. : Doubleday, 1967). 28. : Prentice-Hall, 1967). 29. Clyde Kluckhohn, "Values and Value Orientations in the Theory of Action," in T. Parsons and E. A. Shils (eds), Towards a General Theory of Action (Cambridge, MA: 40 Harvard University Press, 1951).

And identity (self), by definition, can be established only in relationship to others. And, most of us want an identity (self) that is held in high esteem by at least some others. It all comes down to this: if we are to establish a listing of needs as a viable basis for theory and subsequent social policy, we must be very careful in the use of language. " Before discussing needs theory in relation to conflict resolution, I want briefly to discuss the connection of needs to individual control since this has implications for the discussion that follows.

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